It comes with backing papers but I chose to use some autumnal bits from my stsh to back the image. The image was coloured with Promarkers and then Spectrum Noir pencils to enhance in places – especially the black dog, which is a job to colour! I might add a sentiment when I have decided who will receive this card.
Our second son was 18 yesterday. I made this card using a Mo Manning digi image and papers from the Very Fine Chap line from DoCrafts( I have had them for years!) I printed a greeting but the happy 18th came from a pack of cake toppers.
Today is my Mother-in-law’s birthday so I made this card using a Hunkydory free gift! I know free – look how lovely it is! I added the gems from my stash and the sentiment is upcycled from a card I received on my birthday – such a great match.
We are self isolating so can’t see her today but wishing her a very happy birthday.
This card is for a very dear friend. She her husband and her son love to walk their cocker spaniel across the fields in all weather. I used stamp set from Hunkydory called A Boot-iful Day . The tennis ball came from a freeset that came with a magazine and represents not only the dog, but the fact they met at a Tennis camp. I stamped onto water colour card and used water colours to complete.
I have made a series of cards for my sister’s birthday tis week and you will see various ones over the coming week. Today’s is made using Hunkydory, from one of their Matt-tastic lines. I have double folded one of the backing cards and used one of the toppers. The age and sentiment are from Hobbycraft and the ribbon is re-purposed from an old gift bag.
This is a card my daughter’s birthday. I have used a fabulous image from As Cute As A Button and mounted it simply on black and red Mattastic card from Hunkydory. Do look at the Creative Moments blog for more inspiration and to enter the challenge.
I used Hunkydory Easter Wishes kit to make this beautiful Easter card. I made up the 3D-decoupage topper, using the die-cut elements, and added a sentiment before mounting onto a 5×7 card blank. I then used a craft knife to cut adound the topper, through both layers, to make a standing cross. Thank you Hunkydory for producing such a beautiful kit.